- Tranquil Tobago
Your first island stop is a nature-lover's paradise, with waterfalls, coral reefs, beaches and botanical gardens.
- Grand Etang National Park
Look out for tropical birds, tiny frogs, lizards and rare orchids on your guided walk through Grand Etang National Park.
- Beautiful Bequia
Join an included day trip to the largest island of the Grenadines and visit the Hawksbill Turtle Sanctuary.
- Glimpse the undersea world
Don your mask and snorkel to explore the warm waters and shallow, accessible reefs of Tobago.
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Explore Tobago, Grenada, St Vincent and Bequia
Buccaneers and birdwatching; cays, coral reefs and cocoa - this rich Caribbean experience proves there's more to Tobago, Grenada, St Vincent and Bequia than just stunning beaches. Nature lovers can join trips to reefs, a rainforest and seabird sanctuaries; while history buffs can learn more about the history of the islands on a trip to Grenada National Museum or an optional trip to Fort Charlotte, Botanic Gardens and Kingstown.
Blue Haven Hotel QQQ+, Tobago
This small hotel oozes charm and its friendly staff will ease you right into the island's relaxed pace of life! The Blue Haven's colonial-style building has a touch of faded grandeur and its pool and terrace have fantastic views of the sea - as do all of the 55 guest rooms.
Coyaba Beach resort QQQQ, Grenada
Set amid five acres of beautiful grounds on Grand Anse Beach, the Coyaba Beach Resort offers the perfect Caribbean retreat. Facilities include two restaurants, two bars, a pool and diving centre, plus you can also enjoy a variety of sporting activities. The 80 air-conditioned bedrooms feature a private balcony or terrace with garden or pool views.
Buccament Bay Resort QQQQQ, St Vincent
This new luxury resort enjoys an enviable setting surrounded by lush green mountains on the edge of a white sand beach. Facilities include a swimming pool, four restaurants, coffee shop, a tennis academy, and a diving and water-sports centre, as well as a spa and fitness centre. Stay in a villa with a shared deck and plunge pool.
36 meals: 12 breakfasts, 12 lunches and 12 dinners
Free bar open up to 15 hours daily
- VIP door-to-door travel service
- Optional travel insurance and additional cancellation rights, or a discount if not required
- Return flights and transfers
- Welcome drink
- Saga tour manager
- Porterage at all hotels
- Sightseeing tour of Scarborough
- Traditional storytelling evening in Tobago
- Guided tour of St George's
- Guided walk in Grand Etang National Park
- Bequia island tour
Day 1 UK to Tobago
After taking Saga’s included UK door-to-door travel service to Gatwick, depart in the morning for your daytime flight to Tobago, where you spend four nights at the all-inclusive Blue Haven Hotel (3Q+), overlooking Bacolet Bay. Lunch today is dependent on flight times. L, D
Day 2 City tour of Scarborough and surrounding areas
A half-day tour focuses on Tobago's history – step back into an era of buccaneers and explorers, and discover the colonial history of the capital, Scarborough. B, L, D
Day 3 Tobago
Relax by the pool at your hotel or join an optional rainforest hike. Tonight, enjoy a traditional storytelling evening. B, L, D
Join a hike through the rainforest to see the diverse flora and fauna which thrives here. Pause at the three-tiered Argyle Waterfalls for your picnic lunch.
After an early start drive along the Caribbean coast with a birdwatching specialist to see tanagers, hummingbirds and woodpeckers.
Day 4 Tobago
Head to the beach with a good book or join an optional excursion. (Days of operation may vary - please speak to your tour manager). B, L, D
After an early start drive to the south west of the island with a birdwatching specialist to see wetland birds such as herons and ducks.
At Pigeon Point, board the glass-bottomed boat to Buccoo Reef, where you can snorkel. Continue to Coral Gardens where you can see many exotic fish. Then have the opportunity to swim in the exceptionally still, clear waters of Nylon Pool.
Visit Richmond Great House and the fort then continue to Roxborough, and the oldest Forest Reserve in the Western Hemisphere before arriving at a cocoa plantation. A walking tour will reveal the stages of cocoa production.
Join a visit to Tobago's Adventure Farm, a nature reserve, then drive to Charlotteville to get an authentic taste of the relaxed pace of life in the West Indies. Stop for lunch in Speyside then visit the Richmond Great House.
Day 5 Tobago to Grenada
Fly via Trinidad to the 'Spice Island' of Grenada. Stay five nights at the all-inclusive Coyaba Beach Resort (4Q). B, L, D
Day 6 Grenada
Settle in and explore your new surroundings at leisure, or perhaps join an optional excursion. B, L, D
Discover the Roman Catholic cathedral of St George which has an ancient crypt. Next stop is De La Grenade’s Spice Garden and a little factory producing confectionery made from nutmeg. Your tour ends with a scenic drive through Westerthall Point.
Observe underwater flora and fauna as the glass bottom boat cruises the coast and see the underwater sculptures at Moliniere Point.
Day 7 St George's
Relax at the hotel this morning. After lunch, there's an included guided tour of the capital, St George’s. Tonight enjoy a talk on local culture. B, L, D
Day 8 St George's
You have a free day to soak up some sun or go out exploring independently. Alternatively, take an optional sightseeing tour of Grenada’s highlights. B, L, D
This thrilling tour covers the island's perimeter and gives you a taste of its history, with visits to the River Antoine Rum Distillery and working spice plantations.
Day 9 Grand Etang National Park
In the morning, set off for an included walk at Grand Etang National Park, where lush rainforest surrounds a volcanic crater. B, L, D
Day 10 Grenada to St Vincent
Fly to St Vincent and transfer to the all-inclusive Buccament Bay Resort (5Q) for three nights. B, L, D
Day 11 St Vincent
Spend the day at leisure, exploring your new hotel and its surroundings. Or head out on an optional excursion. This evening there will be a talk on the history of St Vincent and the Grenadines, recalling the days of marauding pirates and whaling ships. B, L, D
These five tiny, uninhabited islands are surrounded by reefs and enclose a turquoise lagoon. The Horseshoe Reef that protects them provides some of the best snorkelling in the region.
A sailing trip takes you to the small, privately-owned island of Mustique.
Discover Kingstown, the capital of St Vincent, then Fort Charlotte, completed in 1806 and named after King George III’s wife. Later, admire a variety of fascinating plants in the Botanic Gardens.
Day 12 Bequia
Travel by ferry to Bequia for an included tour. Visit the capital Port Elizabeth and a turtle sanctuary before returning. Enjoy a farewell dinner at the hotel tonight. B, L, D
Day 13 St Vincent to Barbados to UK
Short flight to Barbados. Fly overnight to the UK. B
Day 14 UK
Arrive for your included door-to-door travel service home.
On 2015 departures, stay three nights before your holiday at St James's Club and Villas (4Q), set within its own lush landscaped grounds which sweep down to two beautiful sandy beaches.
Note: on some 2015 departures this extension will be two nights in duration. Please call for details. For more information visit saga.co.uk/caribislands
All-inclusive post-tour extension
Extend your holiday with a further seven-nights stay at The Club (4Q) on an all-inclusive basis. The hotel is adults-only and is situated on the island’s west coast amid lush, tropical gardens.
Enjoy an all-inclusive four-night stay in cool, green hills on the northwest of the island, at the Bel Jou (4Q) a spacious and soothing haven high above the city of Castries. Facilities include the Verandah Restaurant, Cabana Grill and free bar, open 11am to 11pm daily, which serves local alcholic and non-alcoholic drinks.